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ITV News83% men unaware of prostate cancer risksITV NewsAn enlarged prostate is common for men over 50 years old and can cause problems urinating. Symptoms to suggest a problem with your prostate. Some symptoms may … If this happens, you might notice pain in your back, hips or pelvis that was not there …

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Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is an aging problem, so it must be treated naturally with Dr. Allen’s Device for Prostate Treatment in the first place, as last study shows that even a minimal invasive procedure with transrectal ethanol injection can cause serious complications, states Fine Treatment. (PRWeb May 18, 2014) Read the full story at Http://www.prweb.com/releases

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If you have an enlarged or swollen prostate causing symptoms ranging from getting up more often at night, to decreased urine flow, to pain and discomfort, you are not alone. An enlarged prostate, described medically as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is so common it seems to be a natural part of aging. Like gray hair. In fact, the American Urological Association reports that by age 60 over half of all men have BPH. The percentage of men the age of 85 that have BPH is staggering. 90%.

As you may well know if you are reading this report, for most people herbs and potions, drugs and surgeries, don’t work effectively. If they were effective, 90% of the men aged 85 wouldn’t suffer from an enlarged prostate. This lack of effectiveness is not from knowing what causes BPH.


Questions and Answers

Why does an enlarged prostate effect erections?I was labeled as having it. After started taking pills to lower/shrink it, I started getting normal erections. Why is that?

Posted by Eric

[display_name id=”0″]An enlarged prostate pressures the urethra and surrounding tissues. The pressure slows urine stream, causes urine dribbling, creates the constant urge to urinate, induces UTIs, results in prostate pain, softens an erection, and produces premature ejaculation. A large portion of males with prostate enlargement are linked to various erectile dysfunctions, particular weak and unsustainable erection during intercourse. Once you get the prostate swelling to decrease, you will find that blood flow to the penis increases, resulting in good erections once more. Excessive sexual activity and masturbation can proliferate the growth of the prostate thanks to a stress hormone known as DHT.

Prostate cancer…………….?My grandad who i love dearly has recently lost a lot of weight and has had to have a T.U.R.P in hospital about a month ago, his since come home and says he fine!….but im worried as 4 years about he had prostate cancer, he had ignored his symptoms for over a year (blood in urine and pain) and when he finally got diagnosed had an operation.

Because he is such a positive person he never talks about illness so i couldnt ask him what the operation was called 4 years ago. So i dont know if this T.U.R.P is the same thing and is got cancer again as i know he wouldnt admit it if he has as he’d hate people feeling sorry with him.

So could anyone shed light on this matter, does anyone know if a T.U.R.P is a precedure to get rid of the cancer, and if not what is it used for?(when he had the T.U.R.P recently he couldnt wee

b4 he went in to hospital recently he was having mothly hormone injection either in his stomach or arm which he has been on since he was diagnosed 4 year ago

Posted by jojo

[display_name id=”0″]Generally a TURP is used to treat BPH… Benign prostatic hypertrophy… This means that the prostate gland gets too big to allow the urine to pass through it efficently. The only way to positively diagnose cancer is to do a biopsy… It is possible that the surgeon would have sent a tissue sample to the lab during the procedure but cancer and BPH are two totally different things. The prostate gets enlarged with age and it doesn’t necessarily mean cancer. Are you positive it was a cancer diagnosis? Prostate cancer generally doesn’t produce symptoms… It’s a slow growing cancer that if caught early is very treatable. The hormone injections may have been treatment for some type of cancer but without the name of the drug it’s sort of hard to give you an accurate answer.

The TURP procedure is pretty routine. The doc takes a scope up into the urethra and sort of “scrapes” out the prostate that’s blocking the urine flow. You have to go home with a catheter because of the swelling… It gets taken out about a week later… Most patients who have the TURP have a really great outcome. The issue with prostate cancer is it can spread to different parts of the body if not treated. Most commonly it goes to the bone… Unexplained bone pain needs to be reported to the doctor. Most patients with prostate cancer either have a complete prostatectomy wich requires an open surgery to remove the tissue completely or they are reffered to medical oncology and radiation for a bout of chemo…

Can an enlarged prostate cause painful ejaculation?I’m a vet with PTSD and the drugs I take have sadly ruined my wife and I’s sex life. When we do get to have relations (only 4-5 times a year – my poor wife, I know) ejaculation is pretty painful. I can’t tell if just because it’s been so long or because of my enlarged prostate or both! The doc asked if it’s ever painful to pee and I said yes but rarely. So she prescribed Ciprofloxacin and I’m frankly afraid to to take it. What do you folks out there think? Thanks much.

Posted by karenandbruce

[display_name id=”0″]Ciprofloxacin, Cipro is a good anti-biotic for UTI or prostate infections but a better one is Bactrim. Cipro will take longer to cure a prostate infection but it will work. I’ve had an enlarged prostate a.k.a. BPH for over 15 years and it makes urination a bit more difficult at times but I never had any pain from BPH. An infection will definitely cause pain and if it’s gets bad enough it has similar symptoms as the clapp (gonorrhea). After you take the Cipro for 10 days you should be feeling much better but my advice would then be to have your doc test your PSA if you’re over the age of 45. It’ a blood test that is used to screen for prostate cancer and it’s the best test known to date to detect prostate cancer in the early stages. Prostate cancer is mostly an age related disease but it has similar symptoms as the prostate infection. I had chronic infections and after my PSA went up and down for about 5 years it finally jumped way up to 12.7 and I knew something was wrong after I took a course of Bactrim and it only came down to 10.3 ~ prostate cancer. That was 9 years ago. I’m not trying to scare you but it’s a good idea to keep a check on that PSA if you’re close to age 50. Discuss it with your doc just to be safe.


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